Karl Widerquist
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Panelist, “Basic Income and the Republican Legacy,” Towards a Basic Income Society? Conference at the Centre for the Study of Social Justice, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, October 26, 2007

“The Labor Market Effects of Basic Income,” Swedish Green Party Headquarters, Stockholm, August 19, 2006

“Getting the Question Right in a European Basic Income Experiment,” Towards a Basic Income Experiment, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain, October 20, 2005

“A Failure to Communicate: What (if Anything) Can we Learn from the Negative Income Tax Experiments?” EFS Exploratory Workshop: Toward a European Basic Income Experiment, Barcelona, Spain, September 18, 2004

Panelist, “Economic Equity / Income Sufficiency,” Living Justice: Pathways from Poverty and Commitment to the Common Good, a conference at the Vincentian Center for Church and Society, St. John’s University, October 20, 2001

Respondent, The Educational Priorities Panel’s Regional Cost Adjustment Forum, for members and staff of the New York State Legislature, April 3, 2001

Panelist, “What to do About Inequality,” AFEE-Levy Summer School on Institutional Economics, the Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, June 20–23, 1999

Panelist, “Where Do We Go from Here?” The Jerome Levy Institute Symposium on Employment Policies to Reduce Poverty, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY September 24, 1998

All Other Presentations

Panelist, “A Debate: Income Guarantees vs. Job Guarantees” The Sixth Congress of the USBIG Network, New York, NY, February 25, 2007

“Property Rights by General Agreement,” the Eleventh International Congress of the Basic Income Earth Network, Cape Town, South Africa, November 2-4, 2006

“On Duty” the Association for Legal and Social Philosophy 2006 Annual Conference, Dublin, June 28-July 1

“Freedom as Effective Control Self-Ownership” the Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Reading, April 4-6, 2006

“On Duty” The Sixth Congress of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee Network, Philadelphia, PA, Feb. 24-26, 2006

“Problems With the Appropriation of Property,” Brave New World Conference, Manchester University, June 2005

“Justice as Voluntary Agreement,” The Fourth Congress of the USBIG Network, New York, NY, March 4-6, 2005

“Freedom as the Power to Say No,” The Tenth Congress of the Basic Income Earth Network, Barcelona, Spain, September 19-20, 2004

“Freedom as the Power to Say No,” Brave New World Conference, Manchester University, June 29–30, 2004

“Freedom as the Power to Say No, ” Sixth Annual Graduate Conference in Political Theory, Warwick University, May 22, 2004

“Freedom as the Power to Say No,” The Third Congress of the USBIG Network, Washington, DC, February 20–22, 2004

Panelist, “Job Guarantees and Income Guarantees: Substitutes or Complements? A Round Table Discussion” The Third Congress of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee Network, Washington, DC, February 20–22, 2004

“Economic Possibilities of our Grandparents,” The Third Congress of the USBIG Network, Washington, DC, Feb. 20–22, 2004

“Citizens Capital Accounts: A Proposal,” Fourth Essex Graduate Conference in Political Theory, University of Essex, May 9–10, 2003

“A Failure to Communicate: What (if Anything) Can we Learn from the Negative Income Tax Experiments?” The Ninth Congress of the Basic Income European Network, Geneva, September 12–15, 2002

“A Voting Paradox and the Budget Deficit,” The Public Choice Society Annual Meeting, March 22, 2002

“Who Exploits Who?” The First Congress of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee Network, March 8–9, 2002

“Phelps’s Economic Discipline as Undisciplined Economics,” The First Congress of the U.S. Basic Income Guarantee Network, New York, NY, March 8–9, 2002

“Who Exploits Who?” Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, June 28th–July 1, 2001

“A Failure to Communicate: What (if Anything) Can we Learn from the Negative Income Tax Experiments?” Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, June 28th–July 1, 2001

“Does She Exploit or Doesn’t She?” Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, June 28th–July 1, 2001

“Citizenship or Obligation,” The Eighth Congress of Basic Income European Network, October 6–7, 2000

“Public Choice and Altruism,” The Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference, March 24–26 2000

“The Public Commodities Problem,” Public Choice Society, Charleston, SC, March 10–12, 2000

Panelist, “The labor market and skill formation initiative in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,” The Real Utopias conference on Experiments in Empowered Deliberative Democracy, January 2000

“Combining Unemployment Insurance and the Earned Income Tax Credit,” International Atlantic Economic Conference, Montreal, Quebec, October 7–10, 1999

“New Perspectives on the Guaranteed Income,” Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Madison, WI, July 8–11, 1999

“Public Choice and Altruism,” The Pennsylvania Economic Society, Carlisle, PA, June 4, 1999

“A Voting Paradox and Legislative Gridlock,” Midwest Economic Association, Nashville, TN, March 26–28, 1999

“A Voting Paradox and Legislative Gridlock,” The Public Choice Society, New Orleans, LA, March 12–14, 1999

“Public Choice and Altruism,” The Public Choice Society, New Orleans, LA, March 12–14, 1999

“The Public Commodities Problem,” Atlantic Economic Association, Boston, MA, October 8–11, 1998

“Reciprocity and the Guaranteed Income,” Basic Income European Network, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 10–12, 1998

“A Voting Paradox and the Budget Deficit,” Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2–6, 1998

“An Efficiency Argument for the Guaranteed Income,” coauthored by Michael A. Lewis, Canadian Economic Association, Ottawa, Ontario, May 29, 1998

“Reciprocity and Redistribution,” The Pennsylvanian Economic Association, Allentown, PA, May 28, 1998

“A Voting Paradox and the Budget Deficit,” The Eastern Economic Association, New York, NY, February, 1998

“An Efficiency Argument for the Guaranteed Income,” coauthored by Michael A. Lewis, The Eastern Economic Association, New York, NY, February 1998

“An Efficiency Argument for the Guaranteed Income,” coauthored by Michael A. Lewis, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Toronto, Ontario, August 1997

Total presentations: 49